Billy Liar (1963)
A young man who finds lies easier than the truth is torn between the present and a possible future.
Far From The Madding Crowd (1967)
In 19th century Wessex, a young woman inherits a farm and attracts the attention of three contrasting suitors.
A Kind Of Loving (1962)
A classic kitchen sink drama about romance and misery in northern England.
Midnight Cowboy (1969)
A fresh-faced Texan arrives in New York, determined to become the new stud in town. His plan to woo the wealthy ladies of Manhattan is as naive as it is ridiculous but along the way he finds an unlikely ally in a seedy, small time con man who dreams of escaping to Florida.
The Next Best Thing (1999)
A woman and her gay pal opt to raise a baby together.
Terminus (1961)
A docudrama about Waterloo Station on a busy day.
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